Archive for January 2013

Can you identify these food items here?


Check your notes and your book.

Some of these items are uncountable nouns, for example wine, milk and need quantifiers to refer to a portion. Look at these examples below:


Now, click on the link below and try to get the right answer. 

 Quantifiers, by Amalia R.

Still some problems? Review the PPT presentation the teacher showed in the classroom.Pink-Ask-a-Question-What-should-I-be-doing--


How can use MUCH, MANY, A LOT OF, LITTLE or FEW?


Would you like some more exercises on this topic? Try this link:

Countable or Uncountable?, by Nuria Ortiz


These verbs are very special, but quite simple.

  • CAN  
  • MAY
  • MUST
  • MUSTN’ T


What do you think they mean in these situations below?



May I have a tissue

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Still have doubts? Pink-Ask-a-Question-What-should-I-be-doing--

You can check all this, by reviewing the Powerpoint presentation you saw in the class.

Click here to download it!  modals_AMC_8ºano

You can also try this interactive exercise.



Healthy Food = Healthy Life


What is healthy food? What portions should I take of each type of food?

If you have these doubts, read the following advice:


So your food pyramid should look like this:


To help you learn more about a delicious breakfast, you can play a game. Click here Breakfast Detective

Tell us about your eating habits. Are they healthy? Leave a comment below. Start like that:

My favourite meal is….

Still have doubts?




Review vocabulary with the powerpoint presentation we had in the class.

Click here for help. Revision_fruit_vegetables_food_and_drink_part1